Is there really all the information of a recorded motif in every fragment of a hologram? In this example, a broken photo plate is supposed to show us whether we can reconstruct the white-light hologram of a helicopter recorded in it. The photo plate was rotated again in 1-degree steps to the reference wave (focused beam of a light-emitting diode flashlight) for each individual photo, so that several views of the three-dimensional object can be observed from the recorded wave field (light amplitude and phase) of the
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While the intensity (amplitude) of the light is recorded in black and white photography, color photography also uses its frequency. In this way, two-dimensional images of our four-dimensional world are generated, which, with the appropriate image composition, can also create a perspective-spatial, three-dimensional impression and, through the choice and representation of a suitable motif, can also create the impression of a temporal component.